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Cookies used on this website:
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To facilitate user navigation on our site
→ by following its navigation during the session to ensure the quality and safety of navigation.
To improve our services
→ by obtaining anonymous attendance statistics mainly via Google services.
→ by identifying site visitors who would come from a digital campaign.
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